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No injuries or deaths were reported following investigations into a train derailment in Marlow Sunday afternoon.
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The old-school funk and R&B artist tells a tale of "two Charlies" in his Tiny Desk performance.
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Elections for two offices will be held this Saturday at the Iowa Tribal Grounds in Perkins, Oklahoma. The tribe has almost 1,000 citizens, mostly living in Central Oklahoma.
Stitt and 12 other GOP governors announced their plan to send more than 1,300 troops to the southern border following a request from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
One of the largest tribal nations in the country will hold elections this weekend for Principal Chief, Deputy Principal Chief and several council seats.
According to the Oklahoma Climatological Survey’s Mesonet, both Cleveland and McClain Counties have already broken records for the number of tornadoes in a calendar year.
Recent rainfall across Oklahoma has chipped away at drought-stricken areas, bringing some relief to cattle ranchers.
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Oklahoma City released its 2023 point-in-time report, showing a slight uptick in residents currently experiencing homelessness.
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